Student Change Makers Summit is a leadership upgrading programme that bring a diverse group of young delegates together with distinguished experts, innovators, and leaders in the public, private, and non-profit sectors for a journey of collective exploration, reflection, and networking. SCS aims to Create a common space for inter-generational dialogue and knowledge sharing by exposing local, national, and Global Challenges through effective Leadership training, which enable our participants to make informed decisions about their career, and to foster connections among courageous and compassionate youth and competent leaders.

Structure of the Youth Summit


  • The Summit will open with a plenary session to connect youth representatives and speakers from the the private sector, non-governmental and academia with the objective of engaging views, ideas and debate to rethink the future of community development powered by youth.


  • Attendees will participate in workshops that delve into the Summit’s four subthemes, giving participants an opportunity to share ideas and experience and debate the future of education. The subthemes are : Innovation and Technology in Education, Skills for the New Economy, Gender Equality in Education, Education in Crisis Zones.


  • To raise awareness of social enterprise as a concept among the public at large in the target community, and to encourage members of the community to come up with viable social business ideas – business solutions to real social problems.
  • To give these potential social entrepreneurs the help they require to develop a social business plan that describes how their idea could work.
  • To help successful entrants to access finance and other services required to put their plans into practice.
  • To provide existing business development service (BDS) institutions currently serving the target community with an awareness and understanding of social enterprise, and with appropriate tools to provide BDS support to social enterprises as well as conventional businesses. In doing so, the intention is that these BDS institutions would be granted an opportunity to expand their service offer as well as increase their developmental impact.


1. Osaka Securities Exchange

Osaka Securities Exchange Co., Ltd. (株式会社大阪証券取引所 Kabushiki-gaisha Ōsaka Shōken TorihikijoOSE) is the second largest securities exchange in Japan, in terms of amount of business handled.

As of 31 December 2007, the Osaka Securities Exchange had 477 listed companies with a combined market capitalization of $212 billion.The Nikkei 225 Futures, introduced at the Osaka Securities Exchange in 1988, is now an internationally recognized futures index. In contrast to the Tokyo Stock Exchange, which mainly deals in spot trading, the Osaka Securities Exchange’s strength is in derivative products. The OSE is the leading Derivatives Exchange in Japan and it was the largest futures market in the world in 1990 and 1991. According to statistics from 2003, the Osaka Securities Exchange handled 59% of the stock price index futures market in Japan, and almost 100% of trading in the options market. Osaka Securities Exchange Co., which listed on its Hercules market for startups in April 2004 is the only Japanese securities exchange which went public on its own market.

2. Osaka International Exchange

Osaka International  Center, Plaza Heisei, have International Conference Hall, Media Hall, and 5 conference rooms of varying sizes. A facility can be used for all types of conferences and meetings, symposiums, lectures, concerts, and theatrical performances. The International Conference Hall and the Media Hall are equipped with a simultaneous interpretation system capable of handling multiple languages and are suitable for International conferences. Also, as we offer wide open spaces and novel designs, the whole Plaza Heisei is an ideal for location shooting. We are looking forward to your usage.


The standard registration fee includes:

  • Entry to all conference sessions, workshop, the opening and closing session, gala dinner cruise
  • Transportation services throughout the days of the conference. The built-in cost provides an integrated transport mechanism to ensure the safety and security for all conference delegates.
  • Accommodations and consumption for 3 Nights 4 Days, 2 Lunch, 3 breakfast, 1 Gala and Farewell Dinner, 2 Dinner.
  • Conference kits including Bag, T- Shirt, Blocknote, nametag
  • Education Material
  • Airport-Hotel Shuttle Service
  • International Certificate
  • Insurance
  • Outgoing Preparation Seminar
  • Exclude: Flight Ticket & Visa

Where does my registration fee go?

Delegate registration fees are a fundamental support of the conference from the carpet & lights to the volunteers & awards functions and organizers. We appreciate your support!

Registration Fee

  • OSAKA : Individuals: Rp5.750.000 (US$420) Group (Minimum of 4 people): Rp5.500.000 (US$400)


Day 1

08.00 – 12.00 Arrival assistance 
12.00 – 14.00 Lunch
14.00 – 18.00 Social Field Trip Research
18.00 – 20.00 Dinner

Day 2

10.00 – 12.00 Osaka Stock Exchange  visit
12.00 – 13.30 Lunch and pray 
14.30 – 17.00 Visit The Lab
17.00 – 18.00 Back to hotel
18.00 – 20.00 Forum Discussion
20.00 – 00.00 Free Time 

Day 3

09.00 – 15.00 Social Entrepreneurship Symposium at Osaka International Exchange
13.00 – 15.30 Free Event
17.00 – 18.00 Back to hotel
18.00 – 20.00 Free Event
20.00 – 22.00 Closing Dinner


Day 4

09.00 Depart to Airport



18th March 2018


We are an non-governmental organization of youth based in Indonesia founded on 19th April primarily concerned on youth empowerment and aims to promote awareness among youngsters the importance of their participation in the progress of every nation. We are commited to empower commited and visionary young leaders to contribute together to our nation and environment.

+62 895 3166 2079

Copyright YOUCAN 2018